“Lancaster University Physics Department has an internationally renowned Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics research group which analyses biorhythms, including those in blood flow and brain activity, and which uses these oscillations for the early diagnosis of disease. Prof Peter McClintock will outline some of this research and its connections to SHM to enable discussion in the classroom.”
The aim of this event is to give physics teachers the opportunity to develop their understanding of physics concepts and current research through discussion with physics researchers. This knowledge and understanding is then disseminated to students as teachers are empowered to deliver the curriculum in more innovative and exciting ways.
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